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Jul 9, 2012 11:00pm PDT
>>> right now at 5:00, predictive policing. cash strapped cities using the same technology seismologists use to predict crime. >> location is everything. police say they're using it to their advantage. fewer officers on the streets, departments are using something they claim can predict where crime will happen. new at 11:00, george kitriyama joins us from a hotspot. >> reporter: we're in one those so-called hotspots. a shopping center here on morgan hill, in the past two weeks they've had an armed robbery and car break in. they're keeping an eye on this area, using this predictive technology hoping to catch the crooks. >> this is the prediction of where the crime's going to occur. >> reporter: the red box you see on the screen is called a hotspot, a place where a previous crime took place. >> this is where we need to be, in this box. >> reporter: the technology is called thread pole will a krip fighting software used in santa cause and los angeles. >> now we're just going to be able to -- the police are going to know to go out there and to look for those individuals. any su
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Jul 24, 2012 11:00pm PDT
? >> it is. it's a 150,000 square foot warehouse with two stories and for us to embargo all the products in the facility because of the contamination throughout the facility, that occurs rarely. >> here is what happening right now, the state department of public health has asked for a national recall of all the products sold by the company, and we are told the recall will be announced in the next 48 hours. earlier this month, we visited the warehouse the talk about the owners, they have been in business for four decades and had no comment, they contacted an attorney and said that the policy of the firm, and the policy of the company is no comment. >> what do you do if you have the products? >> the state department said return them to the company and do not use them. we will have more in the days to come. >> if you have a story, call the tip line at 888-996-8477. burned, that is how local charities feel tonight. the ticket taker is selling the online tickets online for profit. the money is to go to charities that help children in the south bay, they say a loss of more than $12,000 would j
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Jul 30, 2012 12:00am PDT
for what could have been her final olympic swim. >> reporter: good monday morning. when most of us retire, our careers come to an end in our 60s or 70s. but she turns 30 next month. she's unclear about her own future, but it appears team usa is moving on without her. for the last ten years, we've been following her around the world. she met with us during this bittersweet time. the foul london weather does not dampen the olympic spirit, nor the spirit of natalie coughlin. this was perhaps her final interview as an active olympian. she won her 12th career olympic medal, an american record for a woman, but nowhere to be found on the podium, because she was benched for the final race. the question remains, why would the coach sit her down? >> i think part of it is having the head coach be your personal coach. you don't want to cause any controversy or don't want anyone to think she's giving me special favors. so i fully understand and regardless, you have to stick with the decision and be supportive. >> reporter: disappointed with how it went down? >> it's hard to say. i'm just kind of disap
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Jul 1, 2012 11:00pm PDT
evening. please welcome the five members of the women's 2012 u.s. olympic team. gabby douglas, mckayla maroney, aly raisman, kyla ross, and jordyn wieber! >> what we're told is that the team, the four team women who competed here tonight are all back in the locker room. they have been told who the team is. and maybe what is going on right now is they're trying to decide if they still come out as a full team woman unit or not. or something even less dramatic, greater than the five. >> for all of them back there, this is the greater emotion than they most likely have ever experienced in their entire lives. these athletes have grown up together in the sport of gymnastics. they truly are good friends and for those that fell a little bit short, it is devastating, and they all want to be there to console and congratulate. this is america's team! ♪ >> i think they did it right. the committee got it right. and this team, they are undoubtedly the favorites to win gold come london time. >> and for both the men and the women, they have trained so hard together. they are committed, they are
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Jul 19, 2012 11:00pm PDT
in silence. monty francis joins us from city hall with the details. >> reporter: good evening. she spent about three and a half hours testifying tonight and there was a lot of emotion from her. but also for the first time, we heard a detailed account of what she claims led to a fight that left her with a bruise on her arm. >> he grabbed my arm and i said stop. it was one second. >> eliana lopez claims the one and only time her husband was violent with her was inside their mini van on december 31st when they argued and the now suspended sheriff grabbed her arm. >> actually, the bruise, i helped make the bruise because i pulled my arm away. because for me, that he touched me is not acceptable. >> reporter: lopez denies accounts of a neighbor, ivory madison, that once inside the house, he was violent a second time. she claims that's what lopez told her when they made a video together in which a tearful lopez shows her bruise to the camera. she said she doesn't consider what happened domestic violence. >> my arm is not domestic violence. domestic violence implies abuse, verbally abuse, impli
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Jul 22, 2012 11:00pm PDT
as the circumstances of what we've seen today are, as heartbreaking as it is for the families, it is worth us spending most of our time reflecting on young americans like ally and stephanie. because they represent what is best in us. and they assure us that out of this darkness, a brighter day will come. >> reporter: now, tomorrow morning the president will leave from san francisco international, and fly to reno, nevada. he will then speak in front of veterans of foreign wars. and then he will fly back into the bay area, this time into oakland international airport for campaigning and fundraising events in the east bay. i'm arturo santiago, back to you diane. >>> thank you, and we'll have more on the president's visit later in the news cast, including how it could affect your commute tomorrow. >>> and new at 11:00, back in colorado, police investigators reportedly found a batman mask inside the apartment of the suspected gunman. the associated press reported that law enforcement officials did not want his name used because he was not authorized to speak to the press, of course, the significance of the
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Jul 26, 2012 11:00pm PDT
for the big three weeks ahead of us. and of course there will be a lot of dignitaries here as well, a lot of heads of state. but there is one notable exception. president obama will not be here. instead his wife, the first lady, michelle obama, is here. she arrived in london just a few hours ago. and at the opening ceremony she'll be sitting with a very familiar face from the bay area. usually, when we talk about wardrobe with brandi chastain it involves, well, her sports bra. but tonight's wardrobe a lot different. the bay area soccer legend was invited by the white house to sit with the first lady. >> i am so excited. although i'm paranoid as can be about what to wear to the opening ceremonies to sit in the first lady's delegation. because you know, usually for the opening ceremonies they just give you your uniform and you wear it. so you don't have to do any thinking. so it's a little stressful trying to decide what to wear next to michelle obama. >> reporter: chastain will be part of michelle obama's delegation, which focuses on getting fit. >> i'm going to tell her about the bay area
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Jul 2, 2012 11:00pm PDT
one of the largest pharmaceutical companies. glaxo smithkline has been penalized for using paxil to patients under 18 when it was approved for adults only. it also pushed wellbutrin for weight loss. the company did not warn people about the heart risk with avandia. >>> facebook is welcoming a group of high school students at the facebook academy. not only did they call it a neighbor. but now, they get to call it a fun place to work and learn. they will get to eat in the facebook cafeteria. >>> attorneys are filing massive lawsuits against people who download and share private films without paying. the problem is, innocent people are getting swept up in the dragnet. >> it usually starts with a letter from your internet provider saying the account with your name has been flagged for sharing copyrighted material. the file-sharing is cutting deeply into profits. for some receiving these letters, not only is it shocking and scary, but untrue. they are films most people would never admit to watching, let alone shopping. but the internet has porn in millions of homes every day. but 78-y
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Jul 3, 2012 11:00pm PDT
works department was hit hard by cuts. nbc bay area george kiriyama joins us. it's hard to believe they're outsourcing those jobs. >> reporter: no matter where you live, people want the high quality of life. in mill by tass, they're used to a high standard of living. >> you know, it's been clean. they maintain the area very well. >> reporter: long-time residents say they like living in milpitas. but a private company will now maintain the city's 29 parks. >> it is concerning. but like i say, we have to wait and see how well they do. >> reporter: more than 40 milpitas workers were let go because of a budget short fall. that means one in six city workers were laid off. of the 40, the hardest hit was the maintenance department. >> trees are going to blow down and things. they're not going to get the response they're used to. and everybody will go, what happened? >> reporter: the quality of life he enjoyed are directly tied to the long-time city workers who were laid off. >> you have the guys that are been here doing a the job. and now this, is what you're left with. >> we're going to have
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Jul 29, 2012 12:00am PDT
to use credit cards to buy soon was coming soon. >> what are does coming soon mean to you? >> coming soon? >> a month or two months? >> soon. whatever soon is. if you are saying that it was probably a mistake to put the coming soon signs up, i would say you are right. >> he sent another e-mail to the staff reading we need all hands on deck to meet or exceed the august date, a deadline to fix the problems with a credit card machine. in recent weeks, vta removed the signs and after two years filled with delays, the machines now let you pay for tickets with credit cards. >> as the chairman of the board, are you asking them to fix this problem? >> i'm asking them to do better. i think there hadn't been as much of a focus on it as there should have been. >> santa clara county supervisor chairs vt a's board of directors. >> do you believe it will be fixed? >> i do. we can argue they had been doing it all along. it has been raised by you. i think it's gotten them to think how can we be better? >> other changes include hiring four new fare inspectors, new signage and announcements reminding rider
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Jun 30, 2012 11:00pm PDT
into the bay. >> it's just a difficult time for us to -- having to find him in the water but not wanting to find him in the waters. we're not here to stop until we get some sort of evidence or closure within our hearts that all that has been possible for us is finished here for right now. >> extensive searches from the water and the air have revealed nothing so far. >> to the east coast where severe summer storms are causing all kinds of problems. at least 13 people are dead and 3 million people are without power. an extremely dangerous situation since temperatures have hit record highs and they don't have access to air conditioning. >> reporter: the storm hit with little warning and left behind a path of destruction across several states. >> lights were flashing, the sky was lit up, the wind was blowing 80 miles an hour. >> reporter: those hurricane strength winds ripped up tree, downed power lines from indiana to washington, d.c. and left millions without power. >> this is the largest non-hurricane power outage in virginia history. >> reporter: states of emergency have been declared in
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Jul 4, 2012 11:00pm PDT
introduces us to a group of kids that could be the mogul of tomorrow. >> reporter: adam is designing video games. grace is making a movie trailer. together, they're part of i.d. tech camp, this one at stanford. a way for young people spending part of their summer getting ahead of the curve when it comes to technology. >> i'm creating a puzzle game that everyone can enjoy. a smiley face. so, it's a mixture of a lot of things. >> i'll never see a movie the same way because of what we're doing here. >> reporter: what they're doing is creating apps, games and video, like this. these girls put this together in a day. you get the feeling the man on the wall would be proud. >> steve jobs changed the world. i put him in the lab to sort of give kids a guide, somebody to look up to. to say, anybody can do it. >> reporter: they can do it, all right. taking home skills they might even use in the future. >> i do enjoy acting. i don't think i'm going to make movies. i like to watch them, instead. but it's fun to go to these camps where you learn more about what you're watching. >> reporter: watch these
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Jul 7, 2012 11:00pm PDT
changes that could put us close to 100 degrees in parts of the bay area. we will talk about that and mountain thundershowers firing up in the sierra too. >> the temperatures are heating up in the bay area but is it nothing compared to the ten-day heat wave that hit the midwest and east coast. more than 200 record highs have been have been broken. temperatures reached above 95 degrees for a week and a half. add in the humidity and it is even worse. for senior citizens and those with health risks it's a matter of life and death in some cases. at least 36 deaths over the past week are blamed on the heat. ten of the deaths in chicago and three in an apartment building that has no air-conditioning. >> it's very hot inside the hallways. they are extremely hot. the rooms are extremely hot. the people leave the doors open so the air can circulate through them. i sit in the bathtub all day. >> the heat wave is threatening crops as well and increasing the risk of wildfires. >>> things are back to normal in willow glen after a bomb scare shut down a farmer's market and several business
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Jul 16, 2012 11:00pm PDT
gold fine recently told us -- >> the only thing i don't love about my job is that sometimes i'm the only woman in the room. if there were a few more women in the room, this would be the best job on the planet. >> yahoo! is changing course hiring a new star to be president and ceo, 37-year-old ma ris sass mayer. >> she started off as a techie. what this should tell young women today is they should follow their passions. they should follow what drives them and motivates them. >> uc berkeley professor joel ensays you the appointment problems hard work pays off. for women, it may not be where they expected it. maier spent the last 13 years at google, the company's 20th employee, its first female engineer. she was a designer, project manager, innovator and often spokesperson for the company. yet, google promoted others over her. yahoo! sees what google couldn't. >> i think it is really difficult for women to make themselves heard in a way that's accessible, that's comfortable for everybody around them to deal with. >>mayer is expected to shake things up but struggling yahoo! she wi
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Jul 8, 2012 11:00pm PDT
. >>> and the fbi has a warning out for anybody who uses the internet. the computer virus could cause serious problems tomorrow. nbc has more on what the virus could do to your computer, and how you can try to stop it, jean? diane, the fbi busted the hackers who caused this mess. and then the agency set up temporary servers so the victims could set up to the internet. but the servers are turned off, and soon it will be very clear who is infected. like many of us, maria uses the internet a lot. come monday, some of us may have trouble logging on. for six months the fbi has been protecting computers infected with malicious software that changes the way your computers search. the computers were hacked by criminals. the infected computers direct the users to sites they are not looking for. the fbi says that the scammers made tons of money from what they posted on the sites. >> absolutely brilliant the way they did this. they were able to tap into one of the richest sources of money on the internet, and that is online advertising. >> reporter: the fbi is turning the protections off. if your comput
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Jul 20, 2012 11:00pm PDT
public place. >> used that same kind of venue. catch people totally unaware. everybody was happy, delighted. they were going to have fun and enjoy and they were going to die. in his mind. >> and he said sure that holmes, the suspect, thought about the proximity to columbine. the theater is less than 20 miles from the high school. very devastating for those communities. also, the suspect's family issued a statement asking for privacy adding their hearts go out to those involved in the tragedy. of course, they are coping and trying to process what has happened as much as anyone else. >> thank you very much. coming together, hundreds of mourners gather tonight at vigils for those shooting victims. stunned and heart broken, friends and strangers cried openly as they mourned and prayed for those killed and injured. the people of aurora stunned by the senselessness of it all. nbc bay area's reporter was at the ridge is and i will has more on how people are coping. >> reporter: several impromptu vigils here in aurora. you can see teddy bears and flowers. here's one note that reads i've
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Jul 23, 2012 11:00pm PDT
to be happy that obama has come to the bay area. he's thinking about us. and vp though it's a money stop, it's great. >> some guests paid about $38,000 a plate to attend. two of the guests, venture capitalist steve wesley and former energy department official matt rodgers who was part of the solyndra loan guarantee process. he juggled lemons at the dinner and one of the hosts gave the president a t-shirt that reads, quote, i heart oakland. the meal was pronounced by a world renowned chef in berkeley. the president is in san francisco at this hour where he'll spend the night at the hotel intercontinental. air force one will take off from sfo in the morning bound for washington state. we'll have complete coverage of his departure and the detours around it for your morning commute on "today in the bay" at 4:30 in the morning. >>> today's fund-raisers along with four more tomorrow in oregon and washington are expected to raise more than $6 million for the president's campaign coffers. >>> james holmes, the man accused of the mass theater shooting in colorado made his first court appearance today
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Jul 25, 2012 11:00pm PDT
888-996-tips or send us an e-mail at nbcbayarea.com. >>> a camp counselor is let go after allegations that he inappropriately touched young girls at a san jose church. so how did this man get another job with kids? this time supervising them at daycare center. >> george kitayama picks up that part of the story. >> it's a horrible horrific act that has been committed here. >> attorney allyson gleason represents the families of three girls who accuse keith woodhouse of molesting them. >> inappropriate touching that went beyond anything that would be appropriate for a teacher with minor students. >> the families filed a civil suit against woodhouse and child development incorporated. now added to the lawsuit a church. he worked at church on the hill in 2007. he was let go after employees allegedly saw him inappropriately touch girls in a swimming pool. the church never reported the allegations to the police. >> had the reports been done, had something spoken up to begin with, it's possible these girls would not have been allegedly molested. >> the church supervisor then gave a positive r
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Jul 5, 2012 11:00pm PDT
husband, sheriff ross mirkarimi. the united fathers is footing the bill, since mayor ed lee refused to use taxpayer money to fly her back. lopez is expected to ttify in mirkarimi's defense. mirkarimi was charged after false imprisonment, stemming from that argument involving his wife on new year's eve. >>> an east bay family needs your help to track down a killer of a father of three. police say he was driving home after working a double-shift when someone walked up to his car and shot and killed him. his wife size he was a good husband and father. >> he was coming home from work one day. and somebody did this for no reason. please help us solve this case. >> kids passed out flyers at the community meeting in oakland, hoping somebody will come in with chewlues. >>> oak loond police are crediting technology for a safe evening. the shot spotter system was able to tell the difference between fireworks and gunshots. the system pinpoints where the noise is coming from. allowing officers to respond quickly. >> exact time and location provides the officer with an aerial map. but additional inform
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Jul 14, 2012 11:00pm PDT
town neighborhood for the reopening of the betty anne ong recreation center. kimberly terry joins us from the nourm for more on what this means to the family and to the community. hello, kimberly. >> he willo, diane. the chinese recreation center at heart of the northeast san francisco community a place where as a little girl, she used to go to play. the chairman of the federal 9/11 commission declared betty anne a hero. today, her community joined them. >> it means a lot. for generations of people that come to the center, all ages, they'll ask that simple question, who is betty anne? and they'll get the answer. she was a hero. so it's wonderful. >> she grew up in china town was a flight attendant on board one of the planes that crashed into the world trade center in september 11th, 2001. the first person to contact the airline officials during the hijacking. her family was in san francisco today for the opening of a community center named in her honor. the 24,000 square foot building stands in tribute to her strength and her courage. >> betty grew up and was born here in san francis
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Jul 28, 2012 12:00am PDT
to make us in awe. >> tonight's viewing party included a ceremony honoring bay area olympians led by a swimmer and stanford grad who won a gold in rome in 1960. a gold medalist from 1936 will soon be leaving for london as we look at a live picture of the city. at age 98, he's the world's oldest living olympic gold medalist and lives here in the bay area. we caught up with him as he was honored again. >> the tennis club is toasting long time member, the oldest living olympic gold medalist in the world. >> i was 23 years old and handsome and young. >> he was on the hungarian wurt polo team while he studied for ph.d. in engineering. >> i get on my bicycle and go down to the swimming pool and i was there until 10:00. >> pictures bring back the 1936 games, but he remembers every moment. >> the olympic games you see hitler there and everything. everybody thought that the germans are going to win, but they couldn't beat the hungarians. >> they're won gold, a medal he almost lost in world war ii when his home came under fire. he cherishes his olympic moment, but said jesse owens's victory
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Jul 12, 2012 11:00pm PDT
admitted to choking his wife nina using a martial arts technique. he said he never would have led authorities to the body of his wife had he not been fount guilty and offered a lighter sentence. he admitted his kids suffered while wonder whapgd to their mother. he suggested he killed his wife to protect their children and said nina never physically hurt them. >> she never did anything to harm the children, explain why you decided to choke her to death. >> he is not a lawyer, but even if somebody represents themselves, i would give him a d minus at best. >> riser's children are seeking $15 million in damages for the loss of their mother. >> she denied it repeatedly, but a new report that condoleezza de vries is the front-runner to be mitt romney's running mate. the report is reporting romney narrowed the field for his search. drudge is now the top contenter. no comment from the campaign or de vries. >> hacker style. an online security breech from yahoo may be more widespread than first thought. 450,000 user names and passwords may have been exposed. we are learning the information
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Jul 6, 2012 11:00pm PDT
-old struggled for a month against fleshitis. tonight, she tells us how a simple cut put her on the brink of death. even name of this disease sounds so scary. >> reporter: it really is amazing how fast this bacteria moved, jessica. doctors here at children's hospital in oakland had to be aggressive to stop the deadly bacteria. missy pendleton's family says it took nine surgeries to save her. >> i miss waking up in the morning and going to see all the animals. >> 12-year-old missy pendleton won't be working the farm for quite a while. she just spent a month in the hospital fighting a flesh-eating bacteria. she got it at home in the barn. >> i tripped backwards over a sheep skin and i fell. i cut my knee open. >> a doctor stitched her up. her mom says it wasn't unusual. >> but two days later, her leg was changing color. a trip back to the er started the fight to save her life. >> we were told that if they didn't take her by ambulance to the hospital, she wouldn't have the leg today. >> crews air lifted oakland to oakland children's hospital where surgeons operated immediately telling michel
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Jul 13, 2012 11:00pm PDT
in the u.s. economy this year. in pipes, cement, steel, jobs, energy. we need to get the wheels turning. i'm proud of that. making real things... for real. ...that make a real difference. ♪ . >>> the wildfire in placer county continues to grow. there reports as many as 150 homes are threatened by the fire. it's burning near the town of forest hill about 15 miles from auburn. governor jerry brown called for more firefighters to battle the flame. the fire started two days ago and burned about two square miles and only about 10% contained. the cause of the fire is under investigation. >>> a storm is heading our way. a solar storm. the sun released a massive flair that is hurling a cloud of highly charged particles towards earth at 3 million miles an hour. it should be arriving tomorrow. scientists say it will be a minor event, but may impact gps and radio and cause blackouts. people living in canada and the northern u.s. may be able to see the colorful aurora in the sky. >> we will check in with jeff ranieri to see if we will be able to see that or if there will be fog. >> if you are going
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Jul 10, 2012 11:00pm PDT
of the nation. the spirit and skill that captivated us and was put on full display for everyone to see. for the first time in 40 years, a giant is named the all-star mvp. nbc bay area is in san francisco, but kansas city is the site of the big game where the giants seized the spotlight. >> the 83rd all-star game was the all giants game as they made their presence known early and often. cabrera was named most valuable player after the game. >> thank you. my mom and grandmother and family here. i made mvp and thank you everybody to tank. >> as you might expect, a lost praise from his current teammates and former ones. derek jeter always roots for him unless they are playing him. raj? >> thank you. what an emotional night for cabrera. his mother and grandmother. we will check back later from kansas city. this was a night like no other. four giants in the starting lineup and they all performed very well. buster posey, matt and cabrera stealing the show. the giants building not just a local brand, but a national following. >> nbc bay area's jean elle. >> reporter: giants fans were happy to
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Jul 17, 2012 11:00pm PDT
tonight. she sat down with us and shared the scary moments when the chopper went down. >> i looked at it and it's like was i really in that. >> reporter: it's been more than five years. >> it's like it almost happened yesterday. >> reporter: she survived a horrible helicopter crash in hawaii. today she remembers the moment the tail rotor broke off sending it into a tail spin. >> i could hear the crackling of the trees, and i still hear it in my mind. i went forward and i came back. >> reporter: her boyfriend had been sitting in the front seat. he died six minutes after the crash. >> he was laying on the ground on his side and i was saying talk to me. he didn't. i could tell by looking at him that he was basically gone. >> reporter: as crews rescued hanson she felt pain. she had broken her hip, pelvis and ankle. >> i'm surprised no one here heard me screaming because the pain was horrible. >> reporter: before the crash she had trouble walking around because of nerve damage caused by cancer. after the accident she has a hard time standing up. >> almost every day i think about it espe
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Jul 21, 2012 11:00pm PDT
and sparks. and kind of a boom and then smoke right by us on the aisle. we didn't realize what was going on until our friend, who was seated behind me, started yelling, like what the hell is going on, oh, my god. >> i felt pressure on my arm and it just got warm. i looked at my arm and just saw a hole and blood. >> reporter: the group of 12 were the first people out of the theater as they tried to get their friend help. >> it was just complete panic and we just ran. >> i just kept hearing more shots and hearing screams. >> people were yelling, there's a shooter. that's when it kind of hit us that, you know, this was a bigger deal than we had thought it was. but i think we kind of overrode any feelings of fear with, you know, just we need to get out of here and we just, you know, we just ran for it. >> reporter: all of the teenagers in the group say they won't let this affect how they live their life and are grateful to be surrounded by others who are there and can understand what they are dealing with emotionally. >> the main question is, don't you want to come home? aren't you scared to
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Jul 15, 2012 11:00pm PDT
the nation. we have to stand up, it affects all of us, we have a stake in it. everybody who pays taxes should be concerned on how the tax money should be spent, and how we're providing for society. >> the protesters say the next move is trying to stop the school district from moving administrative offices into the lake view site. the district's superintendent has said in the past that the decision to close those schools is final. >>> and detectives from the san francisco police department and the fbi are investigating an act of vandalism that could have impacted emergency response in the city. police say somebody broke into the communications facility on twin peaks and cut several wires this morning. police say none of the wiring was stolen. and that the vandalism did not impact any essential city services. but there are reports that some of the city's police and fire stations are dispatched from that facility. and since it is part of the city's radio network, the fbi was notified as well. so anybody with information on this case of vandalism is asked to call the police department's anonymous
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Jul 18, 2012 11:00pm PDT
scared, because she also say as a sheriff, this is an old -- she used the word old boys network, and they will -- you know, cover each other and so you have to make an evidence. >> so we are hearing a very different story from lopez compared to other witnesses in this case. it's up to the commissioners to decide what the truth is and then tell the board of supervisors if they believe the sheriff should be permanently removed from office or be reinstated as sheriff. back to you. >> before you go, i want to ask you a quick question, the sheriff and lopez haven't seen each other before this time, but here they are in the courtroom together. what was mayor mirkarimi doing this, what was his reaction as his wife, eliana, was testifying? >> reporter: she was having difficulties with language and understanding some of the questions and communicating. he seemed a little restless in his seat, a little uncomfortable. he did spend a lot of time looking forward and looking down, he didn't want to look at eliana lopez. he wouldn't comment how he was feeling, but i did ask his attorney, it's
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